First Week Lesson Plan Outline Basic 4

Last Updated on July 15, 2020 by Alabi M. S.

Basic 4

First Term

Lesson Plan for Week 1

Teacher’s Basic Information

  1. Name:
  2. School:
  3. Term:
  4. Duration:
  5. Age:
  6. Class:
PLAN FOR The FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:
  • Basic Science and Technology (BST) 
  1. Basic Science
  2. Information Technology (Computer Studies)
  3. Physical and Health Education
  • Cultural and Creative Art
  • English Studies 
  • Mathematics 
  • Pre-Vocational studies (PVS)
  1. Agriculture
  2. Home Economic
  • Religion and National Values 
  1. Christian Religious Studies
  2. Civic Education
  3. Islamic Religious Studies
  4. Security Education
  5. Social Studies
  • Yoruba

 

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CONTENT OF THE LESSON PLAN 
  • Basic Science (BST) 
  1. Changes in Nature
  2. Types of Change
  • Information Technology (Computer Studies)

Computer 

  1. Meaning of Computer
  2. Uses of Computer
  • Physical and Health Education 
  • Cultural and Creative Art 
  1. Meaning of Arts
  2. Origin of Arts
  3. Uses of Arts
  4. Nigerian Art Works
  5. Importance of Arts
  • Mathematics

Whole Numbers – Revision on Counting and Writing Up to 9999

  • Agriculture
Revision of Some Topics in Year 3’s Work
  • Home Economic 

Choice of Personal Belongings 

  1. Meaning of Personal Belongings
  2. List of Personal Belongings

 

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  • Christian Religious Studies 

God Speaks to Us I

  1. Ways in Which God Speaks to People, Ex. 33:11
  2. Purpose of God Speaking to People, 1 Sam. 3
  • Civic Education 

Our Values – Attitudes to Cultural Diversity

  1. Meaning of Cultural Diversity
  2. Developing Right Attitudes to Cultural Diversity
  • Islamic Religious Studies 

Ayatul Qursiy – The Verse of the Throne Q 2:225

  1. Recitation of Ayatul Qursiy
  2. Translation of Ayatul Qursiy
  • Security Education 
  • Social Studies 

Family

  1. Meaning
  2. Types of Families
  3. Importance of Family
  • Yoruba 
  1. Ede – Àmì Ohùn Òkè
  2. Ásà – Ìwà Ọmọlúwàbí
  3. Litireso – Kíkà Ìtàn Aroso kéékèèké tí a kọ sínú Ìwé